You never know for sure about a deal until you get into it.
Mr. Shipley was mentioning collaboration during the TPP negotiations. Claire and I and many others were right there with the negotiators and had the opportunity to be informed of what was going on and to have our input. For that we thank the negotiators, because it meant a lot to us. Obviously, we would like to have come out of the deal with a zero tariff, but 9% is as good as we could do, so we're happy with that.
As far as getting products in there goes, it's a work in progress. I mentioned some of the products that they deem in high regard that we can't sell here, but even on the better-end, high-quality products, another bidder on the market drives the price up here. We've talked here a little bit about transportation of grains and soybean, what they would do, from the crushers.... Don't forget that barley, corn, soybeans all go into the production of cattle and pork. You can't just say, okay, what's cattle going to gain from it? What's pork going to gain from it? In collaboration—and we all work together—all these industries gain a section when we gain, and vice-versa.
It's hard to put my finger on more things than that, but that'll give you an idea.